Monday, April 30, 2007

Riceputt



Rice putt is actually easier to make than gothambu putt.
Take a cup of rice flour and sprinkle it with warm water mixed with salt. Keep on crushing whatever lumps you come across. One way to see if the rice flour is ready is by making a ball of this. If the ball keeps its shape in your palm, and don’t fall apart, it is ready. If there is too many lumps, you can put it in the mixie and run one or two times. It will be ready. Just make sure you add water little by little.
Will post the picture tomorrow:)I already made gothambuputtu today!!

15 comments:

Asha said...

I saw photo of the first puttu,yummy.I don't have that mould but looks delicious.

DEEPA said...

Wating for you to upload the photo ...Must be very yummy

Ayesha Seerin said...

Boyy U are on a puttu spree :-) ...
What i love about puttu is how light it is ... I am nostalgic for putttu with sugar and banana

Reena said...

beens, are those veggies from your garden? L is an expert gardener. What is your contribution, my dear..other than giving instructions to L ;);)?

Meera's Blog said...

asha,deepa,ayesha:)thanks guys.need his help to transfer the pic from camera to comp:(i hate learning that and sometimes needs to bribe him, like 5 min of massage to get it done;)99%he does it without any bribes;)but still doesnt want to learn it.its a lot of work i feel!!

Meera's Blog said...

reenie,ya all credits goes to him:)i hate gardening.i dont even water the indoor plants reenie,once he told me dont water them when he saw the water over flowing all over.i took it seriouly and stopped watering;)but no vegetables this time.thanks to all those animals including deers!!

Ranjani said...

i dont come here for 2 days & look at the stuff i missed !..
wonder when some whizkid will come up some technology where u can eat stuff off the computer :))

Lia said...

Hi Meera thanks for visiting me, nice to know u, are u from Kerala??? i'd like puttu as breakfast in the morning but am never perepare at home, i mau use ur recipe soon, thanks ;)

Meera's Blog said...

thanks lia:)

Reena said...

beensy, i made puttu-kadala curry-mutton fry two days back. it came out great. will blog about it some day. i can't find myself to sit and write the post.

Meera's Blog said...

wow!!kadala and muton fry too??now its ur turn,better send me some orrrrrrrrrrrrrrr..:)

mallurecipes said...

puttu looks too good
reminds me of the kerala thathkaada
puttu and kadala
Thanks for visiting my blog!
me too waiting to watch "the namesake" on screen!

Meera's Blog said...

thanks mallurecipes:)

when you said thattukada,i feel like having porotta and chicken now:(i treid a couple of times making that porotta,but never got that flaky ending:(

Articles by Abraham Tharakan said...

Good post among an abundance of good recipes. We usually make puttu with brown (with bran or 'thavidu') rice powder. It comes out softer and tastier.

abdul said...

Nice article...keep it n expecting more in future..